The Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority (FCAA) wants to protect seniors from financial exploitation and fraud.
The minimum wage in Saskatchewan will increase to $11.06 an hour from $10.96 an hour on October 1, 2018.
Commercial vehicle enforcement officers in Saskatchewan have a new mandate and a new name. The Saskatchewan Highway Patrol is replacing the former Commercial Vehicle Enforcement group.
As another Saskatchewan Roughrider season kicks off and game day approaches, the thirteenth man is reminded to slow down through work zones. With construction work underway around the province, fans travelling to Regina for the home opener this Friday are likely to pass through a construction zone.
Saskatchewan’s population has reached another all-time high, topping 1.17 million for the first time.
Saskatchewan Provincial Parks have an exciting summer lined up for guests of all ages. Calendars with special event and program details are now available online so that visitors can plan their trips ahead of time and enjoy the wide range of activities offered.
The Government of Saskatchewan is pleased with a recent decision by a trade panel regarding Saskatchewan and Canadian brewers.
The Government of Saskatchewan has proclaimed June 10-16, as Deafblind Awareness Week.
Today, the Government of Saskatchewan unveiled a plaque recognizing the Historic W.D. & Alice Reesor Ranch as Saskatchewan’s 52nd Provincial Heritage Property. The ranch represents a time in Saskatchewan’s history when ranching shifted from mainly corporate enterprises to family-run operations.
The Government of Saskatchewan and Conseil des écoles fransaskoises (CEF), in partnership with the Regina Catholic School Division, have approved a second elementary school for CEF students in Regina. The Regina Catholic School Division has agreed to lease the former St. Andrew School to CEF for three years starting in the 2018-19 school year.